Dahiana Gisela Madrid, 36 years old, from Villa Bosch, received as a nurse at the Argentine Red Cross, with more than ten years of experience and a past at Ford Argentina as a labor nurse, she never imagined everything she would unleash. She is the nurse who was in Tigre’s villa, during the last hours of Diego, and she is the one who pulled the tip of a ball that at this point seems difficult to specify its real dimension: just hours after Diego’s death, Dahiana appeared for the second time before the Justice to say that she had been forced to make a false report, to say in her report that she had entered to control the vital signs of the Ten, when the reality was that she had let him rest for the whole the morning, he hadn’t controlled it.
After this statement, the questions began: was there something more in Maradona’s death than heart failure that led to acute lung edema? Was Diego really well assisted? For what purpose had the nurse lied in her first statement and signed something that was not true? What were the operations in that house? Who gave the orders and carried out this “home stay”?
The truth is that, from those days of late November until today, we are witnesses of a novel that seems to be written by a Hollywood screenwriter. Because the results of the autopsy added more horrors: Diego died, mainly, of heart failure, but he was not taking medication for his heart disease. Plus? Yes, I was in a home stay without a defibrillator in the room and no oxygen tank either.
Thus, what at first seemed the failure of an overly punished heart, a product of excesses, resulted in The prosecutors Laura Capra, Patricio Ferrari and Cosme Iribarren, under the coordination of Attorney General John Broyad, They will advance in an investigation that today has the title of culpable homicide (death caused by the reckless or negligent act of the murderer).
“I don’t blame myself for anything. I am proud of what was done for Diego. I am responsible for extending his life, for loving him, ”said Leopoldo Luque, through tears, when addressing the press, at the end of that November, while police and judicial investigators raided his house in Adrogué (they would find evident evidence that the doctor forged the signature at Ten).
Luque, who even said that he did not blame himself for Diego’s death, but later the audios compromised him …
The issue is that these public statements about “extending Diego’s life and loving him” would collide with the audios that later transcended from that same November 25th. That day, while Luque was going down the highway to the house in Tigre where Diego lost his life, he coldly said (scandalously) to a colleague: “The fat man is going to shit dying …”.
If this generated the outrage of public opinion, what Infobae revealed this Wednesday was even stronger: those talks by Luque himself with the medical staff in charge of Diego’s care. A care that was not such, since the conversations reveal that Maradona was supplied with marijuana and alcohol by his closest environment to “get rid of him” and that Luque was aware of all thisHowever, their concern was not that a patient with Diego’s complex picture consumed drugs and alcohol during his supposed “home stay”, but rather that this consumption could jump in the autopsy.
Matías Morla: his brother-in-law, Maxi Pomargo, was Diego’s assistant and who was aware of everything, according to the audios …
“He gets up with all the hangover on him. Last night he smoked, he drank wine with the pills on top … You can’t do everything, ”someone from the medical staff tells Luque (his name was not known). And there you see the tremendous answer: “I already told Maxi that if there is an autopsy, skip that.”
Here it is necessary to clarify that who Luque refers to in that audio is Maxi Pomargo, Diego’s secretary and brother-in-law of none other than Matías Morla. In addition, according to the talks, The person who supplied Diego with marijuana was Charly, the boyfriend of a second cousin of Rocío Oliva’s father, who had formed a relationship with the Ten that lasted over time.
And at this point it is also worth stopping and remarking that it is not the first time that Charly is pointed out in something like this: a few days after the death of the crack, Mariano Israelit, Diego’s friend who was at the wake, said that “Charly He got Ten drunk and handled his cell phone. “
Although all this already constitutes a shocking plot, according to those who have had access to the files, what we know is just the beginning of a chilling movie. That there is much more material (audios and messages), capable of cutting anyone’s breath.
Agustina Cosachov, Maradona’s psychiatrist.
For now, those investigated for wrongful death are the doctor Leopoldo Luque (who was already charged with murder after a 2011 street fight in the Villa Caraza neighborhood in which a 43-year-old man died) and the psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov, who on Tuesday saw his judicial situation even more compromised by “ideological falsehood”: it was shown that he even signed a certificate certifying that Diego was “vigilant, oriented in person, time and space”, but now it was discovered that Maradona had never been seen by the doctor. In addition to Luque and Cosachov, Justice goes behind the rest of the medical staff that was in charge of Diego’s care (there would be about 14 people).
Mario Baudry, the legal representative of Dieguito Fernando, said that “the audios suggest that Maradona was killed.”
What will happen now? A medical board, led by specialists from the Procurator’s Expertise Advisory, will analyze all these tests to determine if Diego was a victim of the actions of those who should save him. Everything indicates that, in the next few days, Luque and Cosachov will be called to investigate and that famous environment that was with Diego in his last days would also be cited.
Can Luque, Cosachov, and the rest of the doctors end up in prison? “Yes, I have no doubts about this,” Mario Baudry, Dieguito Fernando’s legal representative, told Olé.
“Everything will be resolved in an oral trial in which they will be on the bench. The eyes of the world will see it, ”he explained. When can this happen? “In 2022”, said the lawyer himself, who was encouraged to describe Diego’s death as “the largest case in Argentine judicial history.”